The Acoustic Guitar Project

One guitar. One song. Seven days.


Thursday, March 5, 2020.


7:30 p.m.

Join us on Thursday March 5th 2020 for the sixth edition of the Acoustic Guitar Project Miami Concert for the season 2019/20

Listen live to five amazing songs written by each artist in just 7 days only with the guitar that has been in Miami for this project since 2014. Every artist will perform the song created for the project and two other songs of their choosing.

Found more about the project and all the songs created around the world at

The concert is FREE.

For RSVP click here.


The Artists from season 2019/20:



Listen to her song written for the project:

Colombian singer songwriter who began her writer’s journey at the age of 11 with an extensive catalog, studied classical music and jazz in Colombia, Cuba, and the United States which became her home base since the year 2000. Since she established in Miami since 2005, has work as a studio musician, for artists like Alejandro Sanz, Alejandra Guzmán among others, also working radio commercials and spots for several companies for over 15 years, vocal coaching as well, but mainly working as a creative force at“Spiral Monkey Music Group” company she founded with full stack producer JP Gasca since 2011, developing artists from Mexico, US, Argentina, Panama, and Colombia. while also working on her own projects.



Listen to his song written for the project:

Bryant Del Toro is an American Born son of Venezuelan parents, living and performing in Miami, Florida. Bryant’s artistic background is formed by all of the different cultural influences Miami has to offer, recording and performing a diverse blend of genre mashing music. While spending some time in North Carolina in his teens, he taught himself how to play the guitar, and there he realized that his life was meant for music.



Listen to his song written for the project:

Lucas Joelten is a guitarist, songwriter, singer and producer from New York City, NY. Born in Rosario, Argentina, Joelten moved to Miami at the age of 14. After earning a BA in Communications and Journalism from St. Thomas University, he moved to NYC in order to pursue his dream of studying music. With two self-released albums under his belt, and a fresh amalgamation of pop and blues sounds on tap, Lucas plays a groovy and guitar-propelled kind of fun that is difficult to pin. His music can be found on all streaming platforms.



Listen to their song written for the project:

This is a brother and sister duo born in Dominican Republic. Marbel is composer and chorus director and Marbelys is a singer and songwriter. Both have been involved with music since they were young through their family that comes from a long tradition of musicians.



Listen to her song written for the project:

Born in Ireland to an Irish mother and an Indian father, Sarah Packiam was raised with a multicultural and biracial identity. Her father a blues guitarist ,her inspiration for picking up the guitar. Her mother, a poet, the driving force behind Sarah’s songwriting. Over the years, her experience as a biracial female artist has motivated her to promote and support diversity and other female artists. On International Women’s Day 2019, Sarah’s released “She’s a Riot,”  in honor of women who have paved the way for current and future generations. In July 2019, Sarah released “Love Yourself,” a song inspiring others to embrace their uniqueness. Most recently, Sarah has had the privilege of being a host on HBO’s newest show, “A Tiny Audience,” which officially premieres in February 2020. On the show, Sarah and two other hosts interview famous Latin musicians before an intimate audience. In an unexpected and exciting turn of events, during one interview, Colombian superstar, Juanes, handed Sarah his guitar and asked her to sing one of her own songs for him. She humbly obliged, receiving the the praise and encouragement of Juanes afterwards. It was an unforgettable experience for Sarah and her fans, showing once again the importance of artists supporting artists. Ultimately, no matter the gig, show, or song,  Sarah’s goal is to spread her message of positivity, with a touch of pop, folk, and rock and roll.

Street parking available with meters and also there is a Parking Garage at the back of the building with the entrance on 1425 NE 2nd Avenue, is $5 with validation at the CCEMiami and has direct access to the event.

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